Amazon Canada has announced the company is hiring 15,000 full-time and part-time employees across Canada throughout the fall. Amazon says all frontline employees will receive $17 per… Read more »
The Toronto Raptors are returning to Scotiabank Arena after a gap of 19 months for the 2021-22 Season. The Raptors played the entire 2020-21 season in Tampa,… Read more »
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is now advising an additional or third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine for some immunocompromised individuals. NACI says based on… Read more »
Alberta has published detailed metrics on the number of people in provincial hospitals due to COVID-19. The data includes the number of people in hospitals split along… Read more »
Federal Debt: Report Says Young Canadians Will Have to Pay Additional $19,880 in Lifetime Income Taxes
A new report says young Canadians are set to inherit a mountain of government debt and the burden of increased annual interest payments. Fraser Institute, an independent,… Read more »
Canadian Food Inspection Agency says more salad kits are included in the chopped salad kits recall issued on August 24th. The salad kits are recalled due to… Read more »
The wilderness of Jasper National Park awaits you this fall, with plenty of things to do and see, you won’t have any problems filling up your vacation… Read more »
The city of Calgary has announced a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for its employees. Calgary City Manager David Duckworth announcing the policy said, “As the second largest… Read more »
Alberta government announced today that starting September 4th, licensed establishments in the province will be required to end alcohol service at 10 p.m. This means that all… Read more »
Alberta to Give $100 to Those 18+ Who Now Take COVID-19 Vaccines, Makes Masks Mandatory Indoors From Sept 4th
Alberta has announced a one-time incentive of $100 to all Albertans age 18 or older who receive a first or second dose of vaccine between Sept. 3 and Oct. 14.
Starting September 4th, the province is also making masks mandatory at all indoor public spaces and workplaces. Alberta pubs, restaurants and nightclubs will have to end alcohol service at 10 p.m.
Whether you want to go hiking, visit a farm, or check out a local event this long weekend, you are sure to find something on this list.
Scam Alert: Beware of Personalised Letters Bearing Canada Post Stamp Claiming to Send Inheritance From Hong Kong
Yesterday, a To Do Canada staff member in Toronto received a personalised letter with Canada Post stamp claiming to be from Bank of China’s Hong Kong branch…. Read more »
Alberta says more than 70 per cent of eligible Albertans are now fully immunized against COVID-19 and 78.2 per cent of eligible Albertans have received at least one dose.
Summer may well be over, but there are still plenty of free fun activities in and around Edmonton to do and enjoy during September including free admission to select Edmonton attractions!
Ikea will be hosting a festival featuring musicians, artists, chefs, designers and creators online and across 50 markets around the world this month. The free festival will… Read more »
Digital Overdose Response System app or DORS is now available for download in Calgary. The application is meant to protect those who are using recreational drugs when… Read more »
The city of Edmonton is reinstating mandatory masks in all indoor public spaces starting at 12:01 a.m., Friday, September 3 to help contain the spread of COVID-19…. Read more »
Alberta Offering Additional Vaccine Doses of Pfizer or Moderna to Those Who Got AstraZeneca or Mixed Doses
Alberta has announced that additional mRNA vaccine doses will be available to those who received the AstraZeneca vaccine or mixed doses of mRNA vaccines. Alberta says this change… Read more »
Sept 1: Alberta Offering Third Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine to Vulnerable Residents, Additional Doses For Travel
Alberta has announced that starting Sept. 1, third doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be available for all seniors living in congregate care facilities and for immunocompromised Albertans…. Read more »
Aurélie Rivard has won Canada’s first gold medal at Tokyo Paralympic Games. St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Quebec swimmer won the women’s S10 100m freestyle on Saturday in 58.14 seconds –… Read more »
Manitoba Vaccine Passport: List of Places Where COVID-19 Vaccination Proof is Required Starting Sept 3rd
Manitoba, today, announced that the province will require patrons to show COVID-19 vaccine proof at places like restaurants and theatres. Starting September 3rd, places where vaccine proof… Read more »